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sf 1J firmly fnlyin in front of a Stone Wall Wal he hebletoed heI
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k was wa8tdig standing but bltthe the Butter Bter had a Sore SoreHe Sor
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i Bvrberfor HlYerberry for four years y He was wuti still stilldevoted
devoted devot to the problems of Impact Impct Re Resistance R ¬
1J 1 sistance etc one amJ Rebound Rboud By the Horns Hornsof Hors
of theSilver Moon he swore I will wi butt buttthat buttJ
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J that th t Stone Stne Wall Wal down dow At the end of ofthat ofz
z that tat Butting Bttng the Wall waa WI healthy heathy and andtho andt
tho t Butter Buttr had a a Sore Bor Head HeadThe HeadTe
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through tugh Eleven Elev n Counties Cunte and hod ha inter interviews ¬ i
views vew with Ith Blgbu Bigbuga and ad Bigtoadsinthe Bigtoadsinthepuddle Bigtoaditbe II
puddle pudde He went back to his h native nativeTetneringplace natve natveTetlerg
Tetneringplace Tetlerg plae The Te neighbors neighbor said saidThjs saidf
f I Thjs Tb Goat Gat has h learned lear Sense by this thistime
1 time te we dont think thinkOne thnk thnkOe
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w whrtting ting his hi Horns Hor8 and gnawing gawing a File FileAh Fie Fier
Mr Goat GoatIma
r Ah still sti studying Impact Impct
Ima 10 little ltte surprised surrd to find fnd that tatyouare tatyouarestjresolve you are arestflj
stflj stjresolve resolved to be a Wallflower Walfoer Tee Teeheel Teei
i heel bej For Mr For was W bilious biou and en enjoyed enjoye ¬
joyed joye the misfortunes miforune of his friends friendsMr frends frendsM
M Mr Fox said sd Mr Gont Goatterlr sternly You Youare YouI
I are ae an Opportunist Opporuit I am an a TJltimatist TJltimatistI Ultmatit UltmatitI
I may mr not n t butt down dow that Wall Wal but I Ideserve Ir
r deserve d re to toSo t
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I j i berfcy ber gnawing pawg Files Fesad and sharpening shanig his hisHorns hisHOJs
Horns HOJs For Fr he was WI a believer belever in i the theUltimate thet
t Ultimate and ad the Ultimatum
Tb isl rin tleF ar E elaxed elaxedAccoring
> JW JWAccording
f According Accoring to the latest lat t nemrfrom n fro1 St StPetersburg StPetmug
Petersburg Petmug the peace pac party has become becomedecfdedly bcme bcmedecfd
decfdedly decfd l preponderant prepondert p at the Russian RussianCourt Ru8ian Ru8ianCourad
Court Courad and all a that t t is now 1ow needed nede to tonssurVan tos8ueI
nssurVan s8ueI agreement g ement with Japan Jap is i the theformulation theformulaton
formulation formulaton of oHers terms by which whch the dig dignity dignlty ¬
nity of both bth parties prtie may be b upheld upheldThere upheldThere
There was wa a disposition dispoiton in some quar quarters quarI ¬
I ters to minimize minimz the significance sigifcnc of the theremarkable therem
remarkable rem rkble declaration decaaton inade e by the theCzar thei
i Czar Czr in receivingthe reciving the Ministers Mitr at Tsarkoe TsarkoeSelo
Selo on Sunday The declaration decaraton was wasthat
that the danger dangr of a conflict confct with wih Japan Japanwas Japn Japnwas
was ended ede The Te suggestion suggeton that tht the theCzar theCzr
Czr Czar spoke ske only on his own initiative initiativeand initatve initatveand
and might bo b overruled overe by his Ministers Ministersimplies Mniter
implies imple an a erroneous erroneou conception cncpton of the theAutocrats theAuto
Autocrats Auto ats relations rltons to his h advisers avser and andalso andalo
also alo disregard disrg of thofact te fac that Count CountLAMSDOBPF
< 1 I LAMSDOBPF LA18nB1J the 1nnster Minister for Foreign ForeignAffairsis
Afutls Affairsis known kow to be b an ardent ndentriend friend of ofpeace 01pao
1 peace pao and ad that tt Mr lr DE B PLEHVE the Min Minister lln ¬
ister of the Interior iteror recently recenty expressed expressedhimself exprss
1 himself hiel strongly in favor of a compro compromise cmpr ¬
mise mi with th Japan Jap Even if i then it wero werocredible weroceible
ceible credible that tt the Czar would woud have hve to togive toi
give provided all his Ministers
i gvew81 way proTde aibi Minter were wereresolvad wer
i resolvad rlf upon upn war it is i obvious obviou that no nouch nol
uch unanimity confronts him In
Ich umty cnronts hm pro proclaiming ¬
l claiming clamg pacific po intentions itenton he simply simplysides smply smplyle
sides le With wth one O division divsio of his Ministers Ministersagainst Miter
another anotherIt
k against aoter aoterI
I apt It It may help hlp to clear our view of the thesituation thei
i d situation Ituoniwe if we mark the precise precs point pointreached pint pintr
reached r in i the negotiations negotaton between betweenJapan btween btweenJap
Japan Jap and a Russia Rua It I will wi be b observed observedthat oberve
that tte eaohpf hor the parties pies has h already ay con conceded conce ¬
ceded ce a a good go deal dead and that tht they are ar no nolonger noIngm
longer Ingm wide Wde apart apr Thus Tu as a regards regardsManchuria rgars rgarsJcua
Manchuria Jcua the th Toldo Tolo Government Govrent haa haaacknowledged hI
acknowledged akowleg that tht Russia RI has h special specialInterest spcll
i Interest in that region and
ttrest tht rgon ad may my justly justlyuse juty
use prtheir protection the special
t W ottirpQteclon spca powers powerswhich pwer
f w1mahgte which China has granted to her by treaty treatyOn trety
1 On Onhecbe the other hand hnd Japan Japa requests rquet that thatRussia thatnU
Russia shall distinctly reaffirm her
nU sh ditncly rfr for former ¬
1 r mer promise pomi to recognize Chinas sov sovereignty sovl ¬
l erltln ereignty in Manchuria Mnchura rcoge and not to attempt attemptany atempt atemptay
dismemberment of that
any ay dlsembnent territory territoryOn teritory
4 On this t point poit also Russia has hs made madea
a relevant relevat and ad important import concession concssion by byagreeing byaieing
agreeing aieing to t offer ofer no obstruction obtructon to the thoftxercuo theee
ee ftxercuo of the rights right recently recnty granted grantedby grante
by treaties irte to the United Unte States State and andJapan andr
r Japan Japn Including Ioluding the right to place plac Con Consuls Coni ¬
i I suls 8u1 at Mukden and ad Antung Atung both of ofwhich
which w1 new newopn open ports pr are ar in Manchuria ManchuriaIfnow Mnchuria MnchuriaI
Ifnow I ow we ve turn tur to Oorea Dra we find fd that thatRussia tht thtR1a
Russia has h agreed agfe not to dispute dipute Japans Japanspredominance Jap
predominance prominac In the greater geater part par of ofCorea ofCr
Corea and d has confined herself to
Cr h confed herel a sug sugestion sugtonof ¬
estion tonof of a method metho of avoiding friction frictionby fricton frictonby
by the establishment etblshent of a neutral zone on onthe onthe
the Corean Crean side of the Yalu Yau River Rver It Itshould It8hould
should be b noted note that tht Japan Jap has h not re rejected r ¬
jected Jece this suggestion suggston categorically ctegorcly but butin butin
in her reply to Russias Ru8ias latest latet note has hasprpp6se hs hsi
i prpp6se prpP eth < the creation creaton of a similar 8imiar neutral neutralstrip neutra
strip 8trp on onthe the Manchurian Manchuia side ide of the same sameriver se seriver
river Technically Technicly of course cure only the theEmperor theEmpror
Emperor Empror ofChina r hlna has the right rght to define definethe defe defethe
the status ftlhl of the Manchurian Manchuran strip strp and andtechnically andtechnicly
technically technicly also ailo only the Emperor Epror EprorCrn of ofCorea
Crn Corea has the th right to regulate rglate the status statusof 8ttu8 8ttu8l
l of the zone bordering brdering the Yalu River Riveron
on the south What Japan Japn and Russia Russiamean RWsia RWsiamen
mean men by neutralization neutralzaton is simply that thatnoy thatny
noy ny would respectively respectvely refrain from fromattempts fromtttempt
attempts tttempt to occupy any points within wihin the theneutralized theneutralzed
neutralized neutralzed belts bls Such an agreement agreementwould agreementwoud
would woud not constitute constute nn encroachment encroachent on onChinese onCinee
Chinese Cinee or Coroan sovereignty On n the thecontrary thecntrry
contrary cntrry it would bo b tantamount to a ajoint af
f joint recognition rcgiton of both sovereignties sovereigntiesIt sovereignte
It I appears pps therefore that tht with wih a little littlegood ltte ltteJ
J will both sides it should be
good on
go wi bUI side b easy easyto eay eayto
to arrive arve at an understanding undertanding which whichfor whichfor
for some years year at all al events might mightavert mightaver
avert aver a conflict confct If I Russia RWsia would with withdraw withdrw ¬
draw drw her request requct for the neutralization neutralizationof neutrlzaton neutrlzatonor
of a strip strp of land on the southern soithcr sido of ofthe ofthe
the Yalu Yau River Rver or would on her part partassent partnt
assent nt to the neutralization neutralztloQ of a corre corresponding correepndlng ¬
sponding epndlng strip strp on the northern norher side of ofthe ofthe
the same waterway tho Corean question questionmight queston questonrlght
might rlght be b looked looke upon as settled B te As to toManchuriathe toIIUiChUr
Manchuriathe he St
IIUiChUr Petersburg Poterburg Govern Gover
raent might mght without wthout any ayl loss sofdlgty sofdlgtypleg of dignity dignitypledge
pledge pleg itaolf itolfory formally to torpot feepect the therights t
rights rghtacqur acquired by byercas Americans and adJap Japa Japanese ¬
ne nese in that tht region rgion under uder their th lr new newtreaties ew ewtti
treaties tti with wth China Chna In no more mor con conelusive cn cncluive
elusive cluive way could culd Chinas Ca retention retenton of ofsovereignty
sovereignty sovrefgty over Manchuria Mnchuia be b demon demonstrated demonIrte ¬
strated Irte That Japan Japn would make a mis mistake ¬
take tke if i she insisted inite upon upn going to war warwhen
when so little lte remains rmain to be b done in order orderto
to effect efect a pacific pcfo accommodation accmmoaton is i a afair afair
fair deduction from the statement at attributed attrbute ¬
tributed trbute by an American Amercan correspondent correspondentto core8pndent core8pndentto
to Mr lIr KUBINO IURNO the Japanese Japnese Minister Ministerat MinisterI I
at St Petersburg Peterburg War now Mr MrKITBINO Mrl1RINO
KITBINO l1RINO is sold 8d to haTe haedeclar declared would wouldonly wouldoply
only be b disastrous disatru to both countries He Heaides B
aides side I believe bleve it would not not be b worth worthwhile worh worhwhle
in while whle dispute disputeTho di8puteTho to go g to war on the questions queston still stillin stil
Tho State and Municipal Corpora Corporations ¬
In the recent rcnt decision deciion of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Supreme Suprme Court Cour affirming afrming the con constitutionality consttutonalty ¬
stitutionality sttutonalty of the Kansas JasM Eighthour EighthourDay IIghthour IIghthourDay
Day law Mr Justice Jutce HARLAN HARLN who de delivered delver ¬
livered lver the opinion of the court ex explained explaie ¬
plained plaie the relation relaton existing exitng between a aState t
State Stt and ad its it municipal municipl corporations corratons at atsome atsome
some length lengh and ad with wih admirable amirable clear clearness olearne ¬
ness ne The Te Justice Justic said saidSuch 8aidSueb
Such corporations cororaUo are ar the th creatures oraturs mere merepolitical mer
political ltca subdivisions sUbdlvblon of the State for the purpose purposeof pUlse pUlseof
of exercising eurllC a part of Its It powers pwef They may exert exertonly Oe Oeonly
only such powersas are ar expressly ezprely granted Iralted to them themor
or such as may be benecrly necessarily Implied Impled from frm those thosegranted tboaecralte
granted cralte What Whattbey they lawfully lawly d do of apublic 1 pubIc char character cbarater ¬
acter ater Is done under ulder the sanction InetoD of the State They Theyare Tbe Tbear
are ar In every essential esental sense sense only auxiliaries aularIM of the theState theSlte
State Slte for the purposes purose of local loalovernment government They Theymay Theymay
may b be created erated or having havII been created crate thel thelpowers thelf thelfpowef
powers powef may be r restricted lrcted or enlarged enlare or altogether altogetherwithdrawn altolelberwlbdrawn
withdrawn wlbdrawn at tbe will wi of the Legislature Lrllature the au authority AUtborty ¬
thority tborty of the Legislature Lrlalure when restricting rtrctnc or with withdrawing wlb wlbdrawlnl ¬
drawing drawlnl such powers wr being hlAI subject IUbJet only to the thefundamental tbefndamenlal
fundamental fndamenlal condition condlton that the collective clelve and In Individual Indlvldu ¬
dividual rights rcbll of th the people pople of tba municipality municipalityshall mualclptY mualclptYaa
shall aa not lot thereby be destroyed destryed In the thecase tbeeae
case eae last cited WIUIAUS WILIWS vs KOOLKSTON IOL8ON in U S SS04110
S04110 1 ItO ive said ld that Ia a municipal muDcpa corporation corporaton Is Isso I
so far fa as Its I purely municipal munIcipl relations relatons are con concerned concre ¬
cerned cre simply an agency arelcy of tbe State for conduct conducting cnduct cnductInr ¬
ing tbe affairs at r ot government coverment and ad as I such It Is Issubject IssUbject
subject to the control contrl of the Legislature LegislatureMuch Lllltur LlllturMuch
Much of the denunciation n of State Stategovernments Stategoverments
governments goverments and administrations adminitratons for foralleged foralegd
alleged alegd invasions invaions of the home rule ruloprinciple ruleprncple
principle prncple is based baed upon upn an erroneous erroneousnotion eroneous eroneousnotion
notion of tho facts which Mr Justice JusticeHARLAN Justce JustceHARLN
HARLAN HARLN so clearly cearly expounds Hayseed MHarsecdlegilaton Hayseedlegislation
legislation legilaton is attacked upon the ground groundthat
that dwellers in particular communities
from that fact alone derive derve some divine divineright divinerght
right rght to treatment different diferent from that of ofresidents ofresdent
residents resdent of other communities CJmrunitcs Local Localprivileges Lcal Lcalprvieges
privileges prvieges are ar sometimes Dometmcs regarded ag agsacred asscre
sacred scre rights rghts to restrict rotrct which tho Legis Legislature gls ¬
lature latl has ha no power powerMr PQwerJustie
Mr Justice Justie HABLANS lARLANa words wrds point out outthe outt1e
of the State with admir admirable
the t1e supremacy 8uprmac Stt amir amirable ¬
able clarity caty and ad directness directnessThere droctne
There is i no analogy aalog however howver between betweenthe betweeJ
the State Stt in relation relnton to its municipalities municipalitiesand DWlcplteo DWlcplteoad
and ad the Federal Feera Government Gverment in relation relationto relaton relatont
t to the several States Stt
An Agitation AJltaton for Woman Suffrage Suffragein Sufrage SufrageIn
in the Anglican AnJlcnD Church ChurchI ChU1rh ChU1rhNot
I Not long ago some very intelligent intelligentI intelgent intelgentwomen
I women discussed discusse in THE Tu B SON the ques question que ¬
tion of the right of women to be b made madeeligible
ton me meeglble
eligible eglble for places plac in church vestries vstres and andof ad adof
of their qualifications qualfcaton8 for the offices ofces ofcesthey As Asthey
they contended contende the mainstay of the theChurch theCurch
Church Curch is feminine femtlne faith faih and devotion devotionyet devoton devotonyet
yet women are excluded from a voice voicein voic
in its management mgement and its it deliberations deliberationsTheir delbratons delbratonsTheir
Their reference referenc was to the Episcopal EpiscopalChurch Epi8copalChurch
Church specifically spcfrly for in other of the theChurches theCurhe
Churches Curhe women are on a footing footingof rootng rootngof
of complete cmplete equality equaly with wih men and in insome In80me
some they are even ordained ordaie as preach preachers preacher ¬
ers er In tho census of 1600 19 the number numberof nuber nuberof
of clergymen clergyen in the United Unie Stotcs Swte is re returned r ¬
turned tue as 111633 11638 of whom 3373 are arewomen arewomen
women Tho Te feminine feminie dominance dominanc in the thonew thenew
new and now prosperous prosprous Christian Crsta Science Sciencecult Scienc Sciencclt
cult clt is well wcl known The Te author and andfounder ad adfouder
founder fouder is t woman The master spirit spiritin spirt spirtin
in the Christian Christln Science Scence church lately latelyerected latolyerecte
erected in New York at a coot cot of more morethan I Ithn
than thn erecte a million miion dollars dolrrs is I now and andfrom I Ifrom
from tho first frt has been ben a 1 woman womanj and andgenerally I Igenerly
generally generly women are in the foremost foremostplaces foremostplc
places plc in all al the societies socetes of the body bodyIn boy I
In I the Church Chuch of England however howeverthere hoever I Ithere
there is i now proceeding proceing n 1 somewhat vio violent ¬
lent controversy contrve y over a proposal that thatwomen tht thtwomen
women should bo allowed Ilowec the right to tovote tovote
vote for representatives rpreentates to a 3 National NationalChurch Natonal NatonalChurc
Church Churc Council Counci which w l ch has hs been projected projectedIt projecte
It I is not even suggested suggeste that tht they should shouldbe 8houldb
be b admitted admited to seats In the tle Council Counci only onlythat ony onytht
that tht they should have a chance to vote votefor votefor
for men to represent reprent them the great geat ma majority maJoriy ¬
jority Joriy of the Church Chuch yet as the Church ChurchEclectic OhurchEclecic
Eclectic Eclecic tells tels us tl the question queston is hotly hotlydebated hoUydebated
debated The Te women however have havefound havefound
found powerful pwerful champions chmpions in the Bishop Bishopof
of Worcester und Itd he Bishop Bshop of f Chlch Chlchester Chichester
ester The first frst quotes quotC nntiquarian nntiquarianauthority mtquarlan mtquarlanauthorty
authority authorty that women had a plnce plac on the thoparish theprish
parish prish councils cuncm before the tl0 Reformation Reformationand Reforaton Reforatonand
and says sYB emphatically emphticaly that now when whenfeminine whenfemnie
feminine femnie influence Infuence is more than ever everneedful everneedful
needful some real representation repreentaton of ofwomen ofwomen
FOBOB of Chi Chichester Chester refers to the cour courage coura
age a e the devotion devoton and the Relfsacrifico Relfsacrificoof Ael8cifc Ael8cifcof
of women on behalf bhal of the Church I and andcontends andcontends
contends that at this timo tme more espe especially epe epecaly ¬ I
cially caly their influence infuence on the side of what whatis I
is pure and noble in life lfe would be of ofprime ofpr
prime pr ne value for or example in such suchmatters suchmatter
matters matter asthe marriage law and di divorce divorc ¬
vorce vorceTho vorc I IThe
The Rock an English Engl8h Church paper paperami
papr paprant
ami ant the London correspondent crespondent of the theChurch theOhuro
Church Ohuro Eclectic Eclectc of this country sustain sustainthe 8ustainthe
the two Bifthops hop The women and andparticularly andparticularly
particularly MARY the mother of ofJESUS ofJEsUS
JESUS recites the English Englah paper papertook papr paprtook
took part par with tho rest ret of the 120 disciples disciplesin di8cple I
in the first fJt Church council counci recorded recorde in inthe Inthe
the Acts Act in the election eleton of an Apostle Apostlein pote poteIn
in tho room of JUDAS Why Wy it asks nsksIf
If they were allowed alowed a voice in so solemn solemnand solemnand
and momentous a deliberation delberaton should shouldthey shouldthoy
they be b excluded excude from Church councils councilsnow councl
now Tho 11e London correspondent crespondent looks lookson lol
on the agitation agitaton as a I demand of justice justiceand jU8tc
and expresses exprseR the opinion that how however however ¬
ever long delayed tho reform may be bethere b
there can n be b no reasonable reUlnable doubt that thatthe thatthe
the day will wi come when woman suf suffrage suffrage ¬
frage in matters mntera civil cvi political poltcal and re religious reIgiou8 ¬
will bo fact factNor factNor
ligious Igiou8 wi an accomplished accomplshed
Nor can cn it be b doubted doubte that tht the recog recognition recg recgnlton ¬
nition nlton of the right rght of women to vote for forChurch forChurch
Church representatives reprelentatve would be b an im important imprtnt ¬
portant prtnt step toward that end endHow endHow
How tho great geat body boy of the women in I
the Church Chuch of England Egld feel tol on the te subject subjectdoes ubJot ubJotdo
does do not appear app In Ithidlc this discussion discussionwhether idn idnhether
whether they take tae any ny general gnera interest interestIn intelt inteltI
In I it i or ore a as a indifferent tdUYernt and ad even hostile hostileto hoie hoieto
to such suc suffrage sufrge as are ae the great geat mass mas of ofAmerican ofAmeric
American Americ women to political pltc suffrage suffrageUnquestionably sufrag
Unquestionably Unquetonably if Church Chuch women in inEngland i
England Eglnd united uite in demanding demadig the right rightof rightof
of voting votng for representatives rpreenttvc in the pro proposed ¬
posed pe council counci they would get gt it and andeventually ad adeventualy
eventually eventualy they would be b admitted amitte to toshare toshre
share shre in the deliberations delberatons of such an anassembly anembly
assembly embly but the example afforded afored by bytho
the violent opposition oppiton of women here hereto I Ito
to all al suggestions suggton that the duty of voting votingbe votng I
be b imposed impse on them suggests that like likefeminine lke
feminine conservatism conservatim may prevail prevai in inEngland inEglnd
England Eglnd concerning concring this tbll attempt atempt of men mento mento
to give to them the voice in the Church Churchto Churcht
to t which their preponderance prepondernc in numbers numberswould numbr numbrwould
would seem to entitle entte them themto to say saynothing sy synothing
nothing of their greater religious rlgious faith faithand
and devotion
We may add ad that the correspondence correspondencein crrpndenc
in THE SUN to which we have referred referreddemanding refer
demanding demading the right of feminine feminie repre representation repre representaton ¬
sentation sentaton in Amerclan Amercan church ch rch vestries vestrieswas vestrie vestrieW
was W confined confe to a few letters leter only It Itdid I
did not provoke any considerable cniderable interest interestamong intrt intrtamong
among women hero heroGood her herGood
Good Mews ews From Colorado ColoradoFor ColoradoFor
For twelve years year now now the Western WesternFederation Weter
Federation Federaton of Miners Mier has ha been bn endeavor endeavoring endeavoring ¬
ing to dominate the mining camps camp of ofthe ofthe
the Rocky Mountain Moutai region Its It policy policyhas ploy ployhM
has been to t unionize unioniz the themlne mines and ad in incarrying incaring
carrying caring out ifa il plans it has h adopted adoptedtactics aopted aoptedtactic
tactics tactic that have made it necessary necesar to tocall t
call cl upon the military mitr of the State and andthe andthe
the nation naton for f r the protection protcton of the lives livesand lves lvesad
and ad property propry of the lawabiding lawabidig portion portionof prton prtonof
of the community comuity The Te presence presenc of oftroops oftrop
troops trop has h given rise re to t many may complaints complaintsand complaintsad
and ad the Senate Committee Commitee on Judiciary Judiciaryhas Judicar
has h now nw before bfor it a resolution reolut n calling clng for foran foran
an inquiry iquiry into the tleactl acts of the authorities authoritiesand authorites authoritesand
and the strikers striker in i the Cripple Cipple Creek Creekdistrict Crok Crokdistrict
district Teller Teler county cuty and in San Sa Miguel Miguelcounty hlgel hlgelcounty
county Colorado where wher a strike 8trie of the themetalliferous thai thaimetlferous
metalliferous metlferous miners miner has ha been ben in prog1 prog1ress prog progres
ress res since lost lat summer summerIn summerIn
In order that the committee may mayknow maykow
know kow the facts tala of the situation Bltuaton C C CHAMUN CHAMLIN
HAMUN the Secretary Scretar of the Mine Own Owners Ow Ower ¬
ers er and ad Operators Oprator Association ociton of Cripple CrippleCreek Crpple CrppleCrek
Creek Crek has ha prepared a I statement statment now nowpublished nowpublshed
published publshed as a a Senate Snate document in inwhich i
which the operators oprator story stor is told at some somelength somelength
length It I is a recital rectal of murders muder arson arsonassaults aron aronault i
assaults ault and ad crimes crmcs of lesser leser degree degreebut dege I
but it also conveys the information infonato that thatbetter thatbetcr I
better betcr times tme are coming cmig to the harassed harassedregion haa
region regionThe
regionTe The Te Federation Feeraton of Miners disclaims disclaimsresponsibility
responsibility r8pnsibity for the lawlessness lawlesnes that thathas thatha
has ha marked the history hitor of the camps campsfor camp
for more than tha a decade but the fact fat fa fathat i
that the nonunion lonunion men and the men menwho menwho
who refused refU to t acknowledge ackowledg the unions unionsabsolute unionsabsolute
absolute power pwer have been the sufferers sufferersin 8uferr
in il tho warfare that has ha been ben carried carre on onSays onSY8
N The history bllor of this tbl campaign cmpln with w1b Its Is record recor Of Ofmurder ofmurer
murder murer arson aron dynamiting dynamlllC and ad riot re to say sy nothing nothingof nothlnr nothlnrof
of the mere petty pety crimes erle tuch as assaults Aaut Intimi Intimidation Ilm ¬
dation daton threats IbraU and ad personal perna abuse all al committed committedfor cmmltled cmmltledI
for the e purpose of Intimidating Itmdalnl and coercing men menengaged
puroe corcc me meenlaced
I engaged In earning cArine a living 1ln ls I enough to ajiock ajiockhumanity
humanity No parallel prlel can be found to It In I tho tholabor tl
labor lbor history bltor of the world unless ulle It I be In the tloW tloWMagulre Jol
Magulre Maeulr organization or anlZton which maintained malnllned a reign reignof rlln
of terror terrr In tbe tennsylvanla PenDsylVaniA coal coal fields teld prior pror to to1S7T
1S7T 18 During Durnl times tme of comparative comparatve peace pCIC tha thacareer
career caree ot this bl organization ofaDzlon has ba been marked by bynocturnal
nocturnal notur assaults and secret lecrt assassinations assassinationswhile as a lnalon lnalonwble
while wble now no and then they tey have broken out ou t Into open openwarfare OPe OPearae
warfare arae amounting amountnr to Insurrection InsurrectionFor Insunclon
For twelve years year the campaign campaig raged ragedand ragedand
and its latest latet development was wa the strike strikein
in tho Cripple Crpple Creek Crek district which is isnow i
now in progress progess This began on Aug
101903 10 193 and was called caled by b the Federation Federationagainst Federaton Federatonagaln8t
against the wishes wishe of 80 0 per cent ont of the theminers themiers
miners miers through the socialistic odalsto element elementwhich elementwhich
which hod obtained obtined control rontrol of f the or organization orgizaton ¬
ganization gizaton Up to te tho tl timo tme of this thj strike strikethe ntrikethe
the operators opratoJ had ba no organization organizationRealizing organizaton organizatonRalzing
Realizing Ralzing the impossibility imprsslblty of conduct conducting conductig ¬
ing ig their business busim s without wihout effective effectivecooperation efeotive efeotivecooperton
cooperation cooperton they banded blded themselves themselvestogether theDlve
together and ad decided decde to fight flht for the theright theright
right to operate oprate their own ow properties proprtes in intheir i
their own
ow way wayThen wayTen
Then Ten began the familiar famiar murders and andassaults andasauls
assaults asauls upon tho operators oprator sympa sympathizers sypa sypathI1r ¬
thizers thI1r No redress redres no assistance ltco could couldbe couldbe
be obtained obtaine from the local authorities authoritiesand authortos authortosad
and ad on Sept 2 an appeal appa was WI made mae to toGovernor toGoveror
Governor Goveror JAMES H PEABODY for mili military mii miitar ¬
tary tar protection protton Governor Goveror PEABODY PEABODYsent PBODY PBODYBent
sent a commission to tho disturbed diturbd dis district di ¬
trict to investigate the conditions
trct investgate conditons pre prevailing pr ¬
vailing vaini there Acting Acing on the report reportof rpor
of this commission commifolon tho troops troop wero weroordered weroordered
ordered out and rnd upon their arrival arrva at the thecamps thecamps
camps 3000 30 men went to work imme immediately Immediately ¬ I
diately of whom wom but 150 15 were brought broughtin brught brughtin
in from the outside outsideSo outsideS I
So S bod ba did the situation situaton become that thaton thaton
on proclaimed proclaimedmartial procaimed procaimedmarial
martial marial law In this act he was supported supportedby
a wa supprd supprdby
by Governor Goveror PEABODT PEBODY who appears appars to tobe tobe
be a I man ma of backbone bakbono and rigid deter determination detr detrmiaton ¬
mination miaton The Te military mit controlling controllingevery controlng controlngever
every ever power of government goverment has ha sup supprcssed BUp
prcssed prced agitators agitator silenced siencd trouble troublebreeders troublebreeder
breeders breeder and ad protected the miners mnel who whodesire whodesire
desire to labor Its It rule rle has h quieted quietedtho quietedtho
tho district and stirred stred the wrath wath of the thelawless
lawless lawles element in the Federation Federaton But Butin
in spite of the outcries outres and ad protests protst that thatcome thatcomo
come in the train trai of military mitary government governmentGovernor goverment govermentGoveror
Governor Goveror PEABODY stands std firm frm for law lawand lw lwand
and order Through Trough him the redemp redemption redemp ¬
tion ton of the State Stte may bo worked Mr MrHAMUN MrHALN
HAMUN HALN says saysFrom sys sysFrm
From Frm the Crur dAltne to the San Sn Juan this thisorganization Ihlsofranlzaton
organization ofranlzaton has hlZ left a trail tll of coercion Intimida Intimidation Intmlda Intmldaton ¬
ton tion violence and bloodshed bloodled Out these condi conditions condlton ¬
tions ton nre lre In a fair fnr way to be remedied And when whenpence wbenPCCC
pence PCCC shall shll have been Anally lnly restored rltored In Colorado Coloradowhen Col rado radowben
when law and order acula alnn prevail preva la every mlnlnsf mlnlnsfdistrict mlnlD
district dbtrct In this thl State and when every ever man shall shallfeel sbal sbalfeel
feel safe to pursue pUlue his bl vocation voaton without wlbout fear fcr of as assault I Isaul ¬
sault and assassination alnaton then and not till ti then thenwill theDwi
will wi this tbl State enjoy a republican republcan form of govern government rover ¬
ment In the be fullest fule t and broadest t seme of that term termBut ter
But this Ihl result reul Is I In a fair far way of accomplishment accomplishmentand acmpllbment acmpllbmentand
and when It I Is I accomplished aeompllbe It I will wi be b due almost almostentirely al mot motentrely
entirely entrely to the fearless felule and patriotic patrIotc stand taken takenby tken tkenby
by the Governor of this Ibi State In upholding the thesupremacy Ibesupremacy
supremacy of the Isw IswWhich JIWWhich
Which is the more admirable charac character character ¬
ter AViLUAM WILA ALEXIS STONE Governor Governorof Gveror Gverorof
PEABODY Governor Goveror of Colorado ColoradoOielda Clorao Cloraoonedl
Oielda onedl County Is I blessed with 2310 2310miles 230 230mie
mie miles of OrlO roo < i and an fifty tty mail ml carriers cnrel each eachof eachor
of whom patrols patrl a route rute twenty miles mUe long longThe lon
The moll ml carriers crreI report rprt the bad bd roads ras to totho t
tho Highway IIgbway Commlnaioners Comm onel who are ar no fO I
enthu6j enth > tld U thai tlfoirtfth fourfifths of rth thein i f ill illtravel
travel trvmzor in sero weather weer to t meet m to talk about aboutimprovements a i impvementNo
improvements mpvementNo Now they theY8f are goingto slnlto call calla
a county cuty mass rmetrg meeting to bo boralt organtosd on onthe n nthe
the lines lne of a town meetlng retng for the exchange exchangeof exohage exohageor
of highway hgh ylor lore and ad suggestions UlletOMi Uneda Unedaoouty If Qnfelda Qnfeldacounty
county oouty doeanf doent have tbo best bt road rw in the theStajto the8t
Stajto 8t 0 It will i not be b for lack Ikofeor IkofeorTe of effort effortThe
The Te call oal for tho Democratic DemorioN National NationalConvention tOI tOICnyento
described describedAll decrib Convention Cnyento is I addressed addnto to persons thus thusdescribed
MAil All Demoralo Democratic cltlifrfs clilels who can al tmlto IDleI with 1 u uIn
In ment the effort etor for a pure and constitutional COlslUlonallolFr govern government ¬
mentWhy Why is not that a platform a u well e1a as a acall acl
call cl And why la it not a platform pl4tfo both h sane saneand sne snead
and ad dangerous danerl to the other party ptoyidod ptoyidodthe
py ptvcc
the temptation to elongate elongltei it Jmilch l hcn hcnbe can canbe
be resisted riste at St Louis LouisTHE Lus LusTlE
COVTRY COVTRYConclusions I01 7 nY nYConoluslon
Conoluslon Conclusions neaohed by the tlf Secretary seoretar of ofthe oftie
the tie American aeriom flankers Anoclatlon AnoclatlonTo Alloel ton tonTo
To THE EDiton EnIon OP 01 THE SvxSir Accori AccoriInsr A
Insr Inl to the report of the te Comptroller Cmptrolnoltt of tr the theCurrency
Currency the bunking bllklnl power pOlvtr of tho th world worldviz word wordvlz
viz the capital lpltl surplus circulation circulaton and anddeposlti anddeposlt
deposlti deposlt of banks bankels Is at lt present prlscnt aa 11 follows followsUnited rolcs rolcsUnll
United Unll States State USSl6000000 USSl6000000Foreign Sssuioo
Foreign Forlln countries cuntre 18OttOOOpOO 18OttOOOpOOThe 1800
The rat rate of Increase from 1800 to 1903waa 1903waaUnited
Incroase 19was 19wasUn
United Un le Slates SlatesForeign Slte 13 percent percentM pr cnt cntForelr
Foreign Forelr countries ountres M l percent percentA p r ent entA
I Ishould
A little ltle calculation calculaton will wi cosily eBUy show that thatshould that
should this thi proportionate proprtonat rate rat of Increase Increasecontinue Inorw Inorwcontnue
continue contnue for the next ten years rI the tb worlds worldsbanking worldbankl
banking bankl 1 power wer In 11 lOlt will IIPJroxlm IIPJroxlmUnled approximate approximateUnited
United Unled States Sale 129415000000 129415000000Foreign m4Iso0 I
Foreign Porlcn countries cunlres 23112000000 23112000000thus 211200
thus placing pllcln our country runtry In this respect respectahead respct respcthcad
ahead of all al the other nations of the world worldcombined
combined combinedOn I
On the average nvernle there is now one bank baIkt to toevery I
every 4410 410 of our population ppullton with wih a a per percapita plr
capita clpltn deposit dpplt of 112090 11290 Includlrtfabout Includhlt I 6blt 6blt7GO I
3760 In the savings banks banksThere
There Th re U l food too for thoueht In thcao th figures figuresIn Ilur IlurIn
In January Jln ary 1000 100 returning returln from trm a voyage voyageto
to Europe In a communication to t your YO urpapc paper paperI
I stated lttd my conviction that aa a people peoJI we welive
live 1 better with more mor comfort com tort and at af the thesame thesae
same sae tlm tle save lV more morl money mony than than8D anr other othernation othenaton
nation naton In the world N A recent reont trip through throughtho th b bthoest
tho thoest West Far West and Ind Southweat Suth1Plt1Idof Baadone Baadonemuch
much ueh to confirm confrm my views on this subject subjectlean lubJ ct
lean I caD hardly state sUt my delight delrht In flndlnit Inlt thta thta4rr thl
4rr 4li tit country cuntry of ours ourla no prosperous properoui you may maywell m y yel
well el believe blee that the recent rlCnt liquidation Ihluldat n hi hiWall I
Wall Wal Street Strt was WI but a n rlch rch mans Iln panic panicfor panlotor
for the West U I undoubtedly forclnf ahead aheadIn
uloubtdlyrorrlnrlhead uloubtdlyrorrlnrlheadIn
In a I wonderful manner The farrrlfra are areretting aroIttna
Ittna retting richer every year new tnff Industries Industriesare Indultrle Indultrleare
are springing up as lS by mafic tho cities cites are arepopulous arepPuloul
populous pPuloul fairly cleaned clan d and well wel governed governedand Qovrnf
and the people In general neral appeared apptard to t me meoa De Dea
a oa hearty happy hlPPY and prosperous aa A they theyproved
proved pro ed to be b hospitable hospltabll Th wonderful scen scenery en ener ¬
er ery throughout thouehout Colorado Clorado California Caltornla Arizona ArizonaNew Arlzonl
New Mexico and other States revealed rvealed to irie iriefor
for the first frt time tmel filled tled me with wih awe awe and andreverence andrevrencl
reverence revrencl for the magnificent mlrlt nt works of otOO God Godaa
aa f well wel aa a with enthusiasm enthuslam and admiration admirationfor admiraton admiratontor
for the men who with Indomitable will 11 and andtreless j
tireless treless energy amid countless countess dangers and andprivations andprivntons
privations privntons have ha vo transformed tranatormld trackless tracklls plaloa plaloaand ilalD
and wastes wats Into Int vast and beautiful farm farmranches
beautfutama beautfutamaranchps
ranches ranchps and gardens aarfns As for the mining miningIndustry mlnlnl
Industry It Is evident that the mountains mountainshave mountlne mountlnehave
have as a yet bern only barely barly scratched scrathed for fortheir lorthflr
their thflr untold untld millions miions of treasure treasureI traur
I hope hop pray and believe beleve that this sweat sweatand sweotand I
and dear land of ours OUI this wonderful and andprosperous andprosprous i
prosperous prosprous land of liberty lberty will wi continue contln e on onIts on onIts I
Its onward onwa march showing to all II nations nationsthat natons natonsthat I
that the true tMe path to progress civilization civilizationand clvlt tlon tlonand
and happiness lies ils along the lines lnes of peace peacevirtue pac pacvitue
virtue vitue work and thrift thriftWILLIAU
Dr Parkharst Parkbart and ane the Chicago Fire FireTo FireT
To T TBB TBI EDITOB EDIOR or THE TB 3w SUIr Sir The sermon sermonof leron leronof
of Dr Parkhurst Pakhult on tbe Chicago Cblcaco fire lr read rAd by bS his hisassistant hi
assistant altan attempted atempted to work out a line lne of reasoning reasoningwhich rsnlnr rsnlnrwhIch
which would seem Impossible fcir a reasonable ruonable man manWe mane
We e are ar told that God had about come to the be conclu conclusion concU concUlion ¬
lion that we were wer regarding reradlnr Him 1m too 0 much In the thelight tbeIcht
light Icht of a mush mu h of concessions cncelons Ac but why whyshould wbyabould
should He snult sDUI out the lives lves of hundreds hundrds of ofnM ofnMcnt Inno Innocent ¬
cnt cent women and children cbldren In order to 0 show that thatHis tbatHL
His power wer Is I still all supreme supremePerhaps 8uprme 8uprmePerhaps
Perhaps you may recall recal the story sory of the farmers farmerswife tlrmers tlrmerswife
wife who was wa awakened AWlkened In the night Dlb by a great greatcommotion lrlt lrltcommoton
commotion commoton In the tb barnyard barYAr Golag to t the to window windowshe windowshe
she saw her husband husbad with Uh a lantern later In one hand handand bandand
and a club cub In the other savagely Ivacely beating haUnc tbe te live livestock lve lveltck
stock ltck He le was 1 at 1 work on the hogs when she called calledhim cle
him 11m and asked ake him why he was wa clubbing cluhblnllhonl cluhblnllhonlmn the ani animals ¬
mals mn These here critters crlUel aint been giving ma mathe mi
the respect rspect lately laley that I deserve desere as A the bead he of this thisshebang tblsIhebal
shebang Ihebal and It 1 occurred ccured to me tontght while wbllt1 wbllt1WI I Iwas
was WI In bed that tht Id Id Jlst come cme out and show them themwhos themwbos
whos boss hos around here Haying rlDr wblch he made madehis madehi
his hi way to t the hen house houseIt houseI
It I seems to me that If I God Go finds nnd a lack Iak of respect respectIn rulc rulcIn
In mankind or a general lenera Inclination InelonUon to violate HU HUlaws Hi
laws He would Impress us lS with wlb His Hs authority autborty more moresurely mor I Isurl
surl surely by venting ventnc His Il displeasure dipleaure upon upn those thoe who whoare wboar
are ar guilty Iuly of tbe offences In I question queslon Back Bck In tbe tbedark tbedark
dark dark ages ace catastrophes catatrphe and ad calamities ealmiles were re regarded reo reocarded ¬
carded as L evidences of Gods displeasure dlspleaure but It la lahardly I
hardly barly fair to spring sprnl this tbl sort sor ot reasoning on tbe tbepeople tbepeople
people of the present preent time lme 11 Il Is really r1 a reflection reflectionupon rleclon rleclonupon
upon ones Intelligence Intelrence to have hlle such talk tak banded bandedout de
out ot la all al seriousness lerousne It t Is I refreshing refrshlnr to know knowhowever kow kowhowenr
however that Dr Parkhurst seems seem to enjoy tbe tbepeculiar tbepecular
peculiar pecular cnnOdence cnnOdence of God In such matters mattersWhat mater
What consolation conolston for the bereaved ber ved families famle to tobe t
be told lid that God G In His resentment reentment wiped wped out tha thalives tbelvs
lives lvs ot their beloved beovd In a grim rrm determination detrinton to toperpetuate 0 0pertute
perpetuate pertute His Il dignity In the lives IIu of men What Whatof Wh
of the te countless coanleM hordes bores of loathsome creatures creaturesthat creaturs creaturstht
that tht live lve 03 A a constant cOD lant menace to health brail life lfe peace peaceand peareand
and prosperity prperly Are they tbe recipients rdplena of Gods Godsmerc Oodsmerc
merc > Are their sins to be wiped ped out by bS the theblood tbeblood
blood of my children chidren Does Do Gods power receive receivewider rcive rcivewider
wider recognition recornlton by His Is taking taklnl the lives lve ot hun hundreds hundred ¬
dreds dred of Innocent Inncent women and children bldren who by tbe tbeway tbeway
way are His strongest Itrneest advocates and ad the mainstay mainstayof m nly nlyof
of HU HL Institutions Instutons on earth earthIf erh
If I tbe reverend gentleman centeman Li l In such close coi touch touchwltH toucbwUb
wltH God Oo and has Ills Is confidence connenre In I so s peculiar pcular a ameasure
measure meure perhaps be con C explain uplan some of the Ie points pointsabout plnl
about this tbl cue Cal that are not covered by1 a mere meresweep mereyep
sweep yep of the band and the assertion aMerton that U 1 was wasGods is isOod
To TUB mi EDITOR or 01 Tna Stm St 3tr lr The Her ne Dr DrParkhurst DrParkbuut
Parkhurst says Srs tbe Chicago Chlalo disaster dlter was Wi the hand handof handof
of God What mattes him believe belee that Gods way wayof wayof
of punishing people bas changed chaled The Bible Bibleteaches DIbleeaches
teaches that God It Just and does dos not destroy detry the therighteous tbercbleous
righteous rcbleous for tbe sake ske ot the wicked as Dr Park Parkhunt Parkhurst
hunt would have us believe believeSuppose belcve belcveSuppose
Suppose for tbe sake of argument that while whilethe hle hlethe
the congregation conerelalon was at t worship Dr Parkhursts Parkhurstschurch Parkhurstschurch
church church bad taken lken fire lre and In the excitement CcUemcnt to get getout le
out people were suffocated sutocated by imoke or trampled trampledto trmpled
to death would ou Id Dr Parkhurst Parkhurt have aatd sid that It Itwas ItWM
was the hand ot God punishing humanity bumaly for list listening lst lstenlne ¬
ening to bis bl attack at cks on thomunlclpal IhomunlrlpllovermenU IhomunlrlpllovermenUSemloas government governmentSermons
Sermons In which whl b Go Sod Is I made to blame for de destroying destrylnl ¬
stroying strylnl the lives lve of hundreds bundrd of Innocent Innont people peoplemay peopI
may b be sensational aep atlonal as oratorical ortorca efforts etor but these thesetimes thell
times tmes aretoo far advanced adVnccd for such Icb teachings teachingsHaw telcblnl telcblnlNIW
The Te Origin Or111 of Hell With Wih the Lid Ld Off OffTo Ol
To THB Tnl EDITOR or Tim Ti KITH Sir lr The pie picturesque pieturesue ¬
turesque turesue phrase pbrle Hell lel with wih the lid ld off ot which Dr DrParkhurst nrParkhurst
Parkhurst recently recenty applied appled to New York under underTammany underTammany
Tammany and according to one ot your corre correspondents corre correspondenls ¬
spondents todayj used last lat April Apri by b John Burns BurnsIn
In telling leUnr the tle House 10une of Commons what wht he b thought thoughtof tboulb
of Industrial Indltrln conditions condlloM In America did dil not notorCI notorCInate origi originate ¬
nate with wlb either of these tlee picturesque plcture ue reformers reformersIt rformer
It 1 appears appear In Crmlos Cblre UcKnlghts historical hltorloa ro romance roo roomaace ¬
mance Old Fort For Duqucsne N wblch I read at least leastthirty leat leatIblrty
thirty years ago ao and beleve believe to have been h n published publisheda pUblshed pUblsheda
a number numbr of yeart before b fore that As Af there used tbe tbephrase tbl
phrase pbrae Is no mere figure rure of speech but a tolerably tolerablyliteral tolerAblyleral
literal leral Impression of Plttsburg Pltburc at night Ilcbt when whc the theoldtime tbl
oldtime oldtme puddling puddUnl furnaces furaoef made everything evertblnc lurid luridand lurd lurdand
and the boss bO puddler looked loked like Il the devil devilHell devi
Hell Uel with wlb the lid ld off oii Is a phrase worth claiming claimingI rbl lnr lnrI
I have always thought It was wa made In PlttsbBrg PlttsbBrgand PUsbUrl PUsbUrland
and by one of our own best bst people too t Do the therecords tberecord
records record of the Society Scety for the Preservation Pre eraton of His Historic iL ¬
toric Cuss Cus Words W rds show any prior pror claimant claimantNEW calmant
NEW Yon Jnn Jln 17 IRON cm cmNegro OI OIenl
Negro enl Politician Poltcanl Oratory OratoryFrom Orllol
From tilt 11 Kaniai lCunlO CUu CluJourna Journal JournalA
A negro politician pltca In nominating nomlnatnr I N Ury Ul for forpresident forpresident
president of the Muskogee luskoae Republican RepublcAn Club de delivered delvered ¬
livered lvered himself hlm cl ot the following folowlnrlerary literary gem gemMlstah cer
Mlstah Mlstfllrah Urah stands to de principles denunclated denunclatedby denuocated denuocatedby
by Lincoln Llnroln unanimously adopted by Grant scruti scrutinized sru1t sru1tnlzd ¬
nized nlzd by McKInley and stamped on evtry efr nigger Dler by bynooscveltl b bnoosevel
nooscveltl I
From Fomtlelilot the Inip otor r Vncler td r Col Cl Warln Warlnand
and qd Reply Rpif bf b the t e Present Pelentlnlotor PelentlnlotorTo Inspector InspectorTto
Tto ins TJEEUITOR KDiipa o THK SnxSir In your yourarticle your yourartlole
article todny toayenUU entitled ot dSttenuou Strenuous Snow SnowFighting SnowI
I Fighting lbtur M Dr DrWoobury Woodbuty compares tho work workot w rk rkr
ot r snow OW removal rem val under U de r his hllldmlnltratOa hllldmlnltratOawith Cmpare iidralnlstrutlon iidralnlstrutlonwith
with that tb t tinder unerCIWalnetothe do Warln to the dlsad dlsadTaritaie dlsadY
Taritaie Y rtir of the th latter His 11 lt statements mcnt are re so soat
at 1 Variance yaran with wih the published p blshercrda records that thatI thntI
I hmurh am aun h Is misquoted miQuot or baa huhndle handled his hissubject hisUbJ
I subject UbJ ct hastily hty Inthb Int o laudable desire del Ire to np nppease appae
pease pae a I critIcal public publc Fortytwo Fotytwo not notI 48 48I
I cents cnts was as the Uiocontrlot contract price pric per cubic cu lo yard yardIn
In theJanuary storm of07tised ot0 lod by byDrWoo Dr Wood Woodbury
bury as A a basis of otcomiarlaon comparison 1 tfll miles mil of ofstrerta ofatrtlt
strerta atrtlt were cleared cleRre Un In a little lte over six days daysnot dUI
not between btween HO 10 and W miles milesFurther mileI
I Further Furthlr In all of Dr DrWoodburys Woodburys pub publlahed
llahed IIh dcm comparisonsof rlsQn ot the present contract contractprice contractpr
price pr with lh that thlt tinderJC61Waring underC lWarinl I have yet yett
t see mention menton of t the allImportant difference differenceIn dllrenl dllrenlIn
se tholnlmportnt
In the t unit un I of otp payment ymlnt The lh present prllent con contract contract
tract Is bas bsq d upn upon a a theoretical theoretcaJ not an n artual artualoublo CtuDI CtuDIoublo
oublo yard yarltln It la not tnenurrd measured packed pck d down downin
in the cart Crt but Is computed cOp tcd from the Weather WeatherBureaus Wenthlr WenthlrBUfeaulr
Bureaus BUfeaulr reports porJu just after artr a full fiI when hen the thesriow theInoW
sriow InoW Is soft and d llttht Ilrht Every one knows knowsthat knowstb
that tb t the h snow now covering overlla sinks slnksotU of 1U own weight weightday wrlahtdb
day by bycyad dayand that tat In a acltytreet city street It Is eposed eposedto etpold etpoldto
to further fther great ihrlnkl ahrlnkaeo by almost alm st con conitant cn cntnhehlcuadraMcIv
itant tnhehlcuadraMcIv vehicular traffic evaporation porton and nd thaw thawIng thawIn
In Ing Investigations Innltli tlonB conducted under Col ColWarlnjr Col
Warlnjr Werln showed howe thli thl shrinkage hrlnka to average averageTll avenae avenaenl
Tll per pr cent cnt during dlrlnl sixdays sl days under a mean meantemperature mean meantm
tm temperature rature of Hi u degrees depr Fahrenhplt Fabr nhllt this thispdrdentaffB thisprcntae
pdrdentaffB prcntae becoming bcomnt creator cratr oa D the period periodof vrlo
of removal rI vl was M protracted protrlwte fn il tho thlltorl storms stormsofan
ofan ordinary orlury Kew KeYork York winter wintr It I certainly certainlyaveraged cntalnlyavr
avr averaged a 70 78 per i centl Cnt which means melnl that the thecontractor theco
co contractor trlctorovcnU evonlfi pushed pilh dln In Ma work ork carts cartsoff cart
off e only onl threetenths tbreintheotn of n cubla yard Ylld for hU hil
1ol 13 611 cents nt ora or cost p jr > r aotunl 10tU81 yard of 518 518centswhich 18 18cnthoh
cnthoh centswhich doesnt dosnt make mlko Col 01 Warlnitn Wlrlnlf
42 cent ont In 183497 18UG87 and andG 30 cents cent In 183793 183793look 1793 1793lok
look lok so forlorn forlornPerhaps torlornPfrbapl
Perhaps Pfrbapl the thotlloOlne following Is what Dr Wood Woodbury Woo
h bury l would wouldhl hav < said In a little litte over six sixdays sixCol
days < Col W Warlrie rhll cleared 149 miles mU11 of struct structat strlet strleta
at a a cost t to thecity the city of liassoi or 10240 1020 per perInchmile pr prI
Inchmile I of or area arla cleared Dr Woodbiirya Woodbiiryaresults Wooburye Wooburyefultln
results fultln In fourteen tourteendaYlre darn are no 10 miles mleeat at a I cost costof cst cstof
of 1161801 IIGeOIor or iMUa per pr Inchmile inchmie The Themean ho homea
mean mea temperature tm1ratnre In the D7 87 period tro was waf 247 247deerees 7 7deae
deae deerees In the past two wroks I should hotld guess guessItto
It Itto t have been b not rot far fa from 20 decrees deCl les and andboth andbth
both bth men had hld a rainfall rlnt 1 during durini the time tme of ofremoval orrwoyal
NKW NE YOUR YOIK Jan Js 17 17Mr 1 1Mr
Mr Stldham Stdhlm waa u inspector Inspctor of snow removal removalfor rmovl rmovlfor
for the Street Cleaning Cleanlnl Department Deparment during duringa durnl
a great lat part pat of the administration amlnlstroton of CoL CoLWaring Cl
Waring Warbii Mr M Ui D DDouton Boutort now holds that thatto thatpst
pst ard whenthe abve letter Ia ahown ahownt
to t him hq made these the comments comment8 on It ItI ItNI
NI I am confident c nlent that If ItMr Mr Stldham Stdham would wouldcome wouldcme
come cme to my office oMc and look over thd records recordswith
rcors rcorswth
with wth me I could convince convnC him that the present presentlyttem presnt presntytem
lyttem for removing the snow la superior to tothe toth
removnr supror
the th one In lluse use when be was wa snow Inspector InspectorMr InePctor I
Mr Stldbam Stdham Is I thoroughly informed inrorme on the theold theld
old ld system Sytr but b t I Ido do not nt think ha Is familiar familiarwith famiar famiarwith
with the thiPselt poserit one I think it la unjust for fora
a man m to tocrltcze criticize whan he does dos not know knowthe knowthe
the actual Icual state stte of affairs atalr Mr Stldham Stdham I Imay Imay
may add Is a capable cp ble man and ad I do not un underestimate undereetmatehl ¬
derestimate dereetmatehl his ability abilityI abity abityNI
NI I am prepared prpard to show him that the present presentmethod prsnt prsntmtho
method of the la I and andcheaper
mtho removing rmoving snow better bttr ad adoheapu I
cheaper for the city than the old one When WhenCol Wen WenCol
Col Waring first started to remove the snow
the contract price pric waa 8 S cents cnt a cubic yard yardarid
arid d as as I remember remembr it It went down to the theneighborhood theelhborhoo
neighborhood elhborhoo of 40 0 cents Cnt at the end of his ad administration adInlstratlon
ministration Inlstratlon The present prsnt contract contract price pricel pric
l l < Iftflll 1 1 cents cent as a Mr Ir Stldham Stdham says sy He Hegives Heehs
gives figures to show the shrinkage ehrlnkaa after attr a afill
fill fal of frs anow snoW and he says t we do not take tte that thatInto
Into consideration cnsideration But does dos he take Into Intoconsideration
consideration conAde Uon the te shrinkage In price priceThere pric
There are a I number of things which Mr MrfUtdham MrStdham
fUtdham Stdham has ha not taken tken Into Int consideration considerationUnder consideraton consideratonUnder
Under the old system sytem the contractor had the theuse thoue
use ue of the departments deparments carta carI and ad Its it men menOn menOn
On ai rough guess lel I would say Y that the city cty
during dUrnl t that period perio of snow removal paid paidabout paidabut
about abut 145000 40 to t its lt own men who really reallyworked realy realyworked
worked for tho contractor cntractor These Thele men do doonly
only their ther regular rellir work now Tho ho depart department department ¬
ment carta are ae used usel for their regular rellr work workWhat workWhat
What has ha been ben the result result The city cty was wasnever wasnever
never In better bttr sanitary snnlary condition conditon after nler a astorm nstrm
storm strm than It Is BOW At no time tme during durlnl the thelast thelast
last storm stormand and it i was the worst wort storm strm that thatI
I have hle experienced experiencd In my time tlne In the de department departmentwer ¬
partment partmentwer were we over twentyfour hours hoursbehind houl
behind the regular rllar schedule in carting cartingaway cartne cartnenway
away the ashes ahe and garbage garbageNo garbace garbaceNNo
NNo No money money Is stolen from the te city under underthe underthe
the system now now used us If I any one 00 suffers uler It Is Isthe Isthe
the contractor cntractor He gets ret his contract cntrac price pricefrom prc
from the city on the amount of snowfall Bnowtal as ascomputed a
computed computf by the area and the records rcrs of the theWeather theWeather
Weather Bureau If I he la I robbed robbe the money moneydoea moneydos
doea dos not come cme out of the city treasury treasuryUnder tralur tralurMUnder
Under the old system sytem the city gave cve tickets ticketsand tokets toketsand
and checks for each cartload of snow and ad it ithad Ithad
had to redeem them Mr Stldham know knowthat knewthnt
that there was 11 robbery robber at the time as did didevery dideveryone
every everyone one else el for it was wal a public pUblo scandal scandaland s adal adaland
and he was one of the first frst to t protest protst against againstit allnst allnstI
it I I do not think he will wi deny this thisUnder ths thsMUnder
Under the administration administraton of Col Waring Waringtherb Warlnather
therb ther were no correct crrect records from which whichto
to compute the amount of snow removed removedfrom removedtrom
from any ay area The records consisted of ofmeasurements ormeasurements
measurements made by foremen In this de department deparment ¬
partment parment who were not Qualified Qualfed for that thatkind thatkind
kind of work Now Nol we have hlve street eteet maps mapsT mapsIth
T lth the surveys aureys guaranteed larante to be correct correctSo correctSo
So therefore Mr Stldham Stdbam could not estimate estimatecorrectly estmate estmatecrrecty
correctly crrecty the area from which the snow had hadbeen hadbeen
been removed removedThis removedNThia
This Is a brief comparison of the present presentsystem presentIystem
system and ad the old one There Is no greater greateradmirer neateradmirr
admirer admirr of the late lat Col Waring than tha I am amHe amle
He le revolutionized revolutonize street str t cleaning elealn methods methol In Inthis Inthis
this city ct I may add that ho told me before he heleft helel
left lel the department deplrtment that he intended to Intro Introduce Introduc ¬
duce duc the present system of snow removal removalas
as he considered It better than the one then thenIn thenIn
In use UI And as I have h8e said before btore I think thinkt
t can convince convnc Mr Stldham Stdham of the truth of ofthis otthis
this statement tatment If I he will wi only come to my myoffice myomo
office examine the records and see the
omo exmne recrds lte prac practical practcal ¬
tcal tical working of the syitom sytm N
Stopping Can on the Near Side SideTo SideTo
To ins EDITOR tDIOI or 0 Tn SON SUNlr Sir What Wbt la lathe j jthe
the object objet In stopping ears on the near side Ilde of ofthe oftbelret
the tbelret tbelretTo street streetTo
To the public puble whom the be itreet cars car are supposed supposedto
to accommodate acmmode there ter could culd be no 10 more offensive offensiveordinance oren lve lveordInAnce
ordinance To T wade ade through tbrueh snow slush mud mudand mudand
and later through tbruch diut dUt causes 0U es one to grow IW IWceedlnlly ex exceedingly < ¬
ceedingly warm Internally Interaly and wish wlb to 0 leave this thismuchgoverned thi
muchgoverned mucholoveredbY by the few fewdtS tlty and find Ind some somespot someapotlnto
apotlnto spot Into which no mans nlanareral t trial person peron could thrust thrusthimself Ihrus
himself blmsel and his bl whims whimsTbe wblmTe
Tbe Te public pUblc who enable the corporation cororton to drive drivepay drve drvepS
pay pS the nddler Mdlernd and the public pUblc are pusillanimous pusillanimousNsw pusianimoU
To TIUJ Eorroa EDIOR or Tns Tnl Sun SUNr sir 1 see that thatattacks tba tbaattol
attol attacks are ar made on 01 the new rule rle of stopping cars carson carson
on the near Instead Inted of tbe te far fulde aldo of oUbe the street streetBy alreet1y
By 1y this thL new nn rule there Is I time tme enough enurh saved both bothfor bolhfor
for the company company and the public publo In not having to tomake tomake
make so II many stops and aid slowdowns sowdowns to overcome overcomesll olercome olercomeal
sll al other dlsdvales dlsdvalesTe dlssdvaalijes dlssdvaalijesThe
The Te densely denely Ignorant Icnornt find Ind It t hard har to get used to toanything toanytblar
anything new but at the tbl end of two weeks they theywill Ih y
will 11 have hve u a much trouble truble going back back to the old oldway oldway
way as aow In getting retnl used usd to t the thl new newF nw nwF
F Asnroit aa PsrsTia PsrsTiaNKW PanuaNw
NKW Yoai YOI Jan 19 19To I ITo
To TH TiS fiDiron EDIoa or 0 Tn Tl SUN sir Ir DO use your yourInfluence yourInfuMe
Influence InfuMe to 0 have bavl the new street car ordinance set setaside setaide
aide aside Half of the time tme we ride rde In II cold cold can often oftentba oftenIhe
tba motorman heedless h edles of signal glides Ildes by se serenely e ereuely ¬
renely and one waits wals and Id In waiting wllnl appointments appointmentsare appointmentae
are ae lout IDt Ac But the wont wrt yet ye Is ISltopplnllhe stopping the cars carson raraon
on the near side sideAs sideAS
As TUB Sox shlnea ahne for all al let some beams fall fallon fal
on o the efei ee of the Aldermen Alderen who made this tbs law lawNsw lawNw
Nsw Yoai YOR Jan is t tTh IToe
Th Toe Dleitlng Dellns of Children ChildrenTo Cbldr n nTo
To THE TiE EotTOa EDI R or 0 Tux TiE Suv SUSlr sir The Te letter leter of ofEva ofEva
Eva Petty Pety Shcam SbeAr In Fridays Frday SUN was wa beautiful beautifulThere benutful benutfulThere
There la I no sweetness swerlnes In tba world word equal to that thatwhich tbatwhich
which comes eme from fr the care Clre of little 1Ie children cbldr n and andthe andthe
the mother Ither who ban bA the most children chldrClct gets the mast mastsweetness mot motsweetnes
sweetness sweetnes out of life le The father fltber If I he takes his hisfull Ill
full ful share of respomlbllltr rpllbltr and lives lves with wlb his bl chil children cbl ¬
dren bos ba much muc of this ciqulslte uqulle enjoyment enjoymentThose enjoymentToe
Those Toe who have but few children cbldren only partly partlyenjoy pnrtS
enjoy enJoyle enJoyleI life lifeIf
If I we e follow folow the plans which God has ha made for forus foru
us u life lie is 1 sweet swet and beautiful beAutul but In proportion proportionas proporion proporionas
as w we draw away aWart from Ills I plans and care elre It I la labard I
bard bar and ad dliappmntlng dllappntar FonD W V ROCDBUS ROCDBUSCHUTSB nOCnILI
Severe Reprobation aepro tl nBl efiHU Sentiments Sentmrntl by byan b banlndlant
an anlndlant Indignant Citizen CitizenTo U n nTOTH
To TOTH ink EwTOi EIITCIOIHES orTHE SrjNSfr NSir To my mysurprise myurPft
surprise urPft the cowardlyand nd abominable abminable advice advicegiven
given ven on Thursday cw4i1 night by President Prsident Hodley Hodleyof Haley HaleyotVlle
of Yale Harvard students has been beenallowed
otVlle to o the l rrtudrnthaB ben benalowed
allowed alowed to passwithout al without editorial editorial comment commentand commentand
and condemnation condemnationHe condlmnat
He le told them to t keep keepcut but of fpltC1 politics unless unlessthey unleMthe
they the were rich as asotherwle otherwise they the would have haveto haveto
to sell eel themselves themslv8sor or retire rtr poor poorHad poorJad
Had Jad thin thll been ben the uternc utterance of a I NpractCl1 NpractCl1poltclin practical practicalpolitician
politician poltclin It might mlaht well n l be bnIowed allowed to pass passunnoticed pals palsunnotCd
unnoticed unnotCd for It would have found lodgment lodgmentonly loment lomentonly
only In minds of the baser sort In the mind of ofevery orevery
every hearer of high principle Its It baleful bnl tul In Influence Intucno ¬
fluence tucno would wo ld have huvebe been n counteracted cunteruc In Instantly InItnntly ¬
stantly Itnntly by the spontaneous thought N he bos boshis
his price and he judges me by himself himselfBut blmeJ M Mut
But ut the th spanker sp aler Is 1 not n t a practical practcal politician politicianhe pltcan pltcanhe
he ts the thl head he ld of a I great Ireat university universiy Nay Naymore Naymor
more In a vory vor special and ad comprehensive comprehensivesense
sense mor he typifies typifes the university unIvrity spirit and andattitude Ind Indatttude
attitude atttude for by birth by y education eucaton by pro proftssorlal prot080ral
t080ral ftssorlal service lervlce and how noW by headship h ldhlp ho hopersonifies hepronile
personifies pronile Yale and givesher ilves ber message meS8aa to the thenation theDaton
nationThis Daton
This Is what wha adds ads blackness to the advice adviceand advc
and when we further consider conlider the place plac Har Harvard Harvar ¬
vard Iin In which this address addr1 was Wi made and the thepersons theponon
persons var university students to whom this thisadvice thisndvc
advice ndvc ponon wasVglvun WI alvln I believe bleve every right think thinking thinkInl ¬
ing Inl man mt will wi agree with wih me In I pronouncing pronounclnl It Itmost itmost
most cowardly cowarly and most abominable abominableIf bomlnableI
If I the best bst advice advic that the President of Yale Yalehas Yalehae
has to give lve men men fitting ttn themselves theialve for profes professional proressonal ¬
sional sonal and lndhenc hence more or r less lespromlnent prominent and andInfluential ad adInfuentll
Influential Infuentll careers carer is to keep out of politics politicsunless pltc pltcunleS
unless unleS they hjivo h ve inherited 10ney money then indeed indeedthe Indee
the thl nation naton is In Inherte a deplorable condition cnditon and andthe ld ldthe
the retention of otour our Ubrtel liberties only a question questionof Queston Questonot
of a very brief time timeTbatthoro
Tbatthoro That thoro Is u tme tmeThat large measure ure of truth ta the theassertion thealcl1ion
I I larAe m
alcl1ion assertion that thlt a poor por man who devotes deotes him himself himsU
self sU to publo public life Iro Issubject Is ubJect to very vry great greattemptationwo relt relttmptatonwe
President of ofYale
temptationwo all know But the I
tmptatonwe Yale Is the lastyes Ilstyes al kowDut with thoexceptlon the excpton of the thePresident
President of Harvard Harvli Is the tbovcry very laatman laatmanIn lBtman lBtmanIn I
broad United should or orfora orforn
In this thl States whp whlshould urge ura
fora moment even consider cnsider this ths unfortunate unfortunatecondition untorunat
condition of affairs a sufficient ufcent reason Why a acollege acolere
conditon ualr
college graduate jaduate should refrain from taking takingan tkin tkinan
an colere active part in politics For what whlt Is the thepurposewhut thepurpewllt
purposewhut purpewllt Ilotve plr Is pltcs the tbl very reason reasn of being beingof belna
of a 1 university unlvellty Primarily Prlmlrly and principally principallyto principalY principalYto
to Implant Implnt In generation generaton after ater generation generationlofty Ieneraton Ieneratonlotty
lofty and worthy Identoamong Idellamong others othlr that thatlearning thatlearning
learning is to be b loved love for its own sake that thatthe thatthe
the cultivation of the Ego Elo and not the ex exploitation ox ¬
ploitation cultvaton of a gold ld mine or O of a I continent contnent Is Isin i
the tMn purpose ot lre an Ihould b It ral ralaIm
aIm ad that to hur on to our presnt tplol tplolIn
in the relation of the th Individual Individua citizen ctzn to the theState theState
State the relaton noblest motive Is II the public publc good goodHow R
How almost Inconceivable Incon motvo lYblo then that Presi President Prsld ¬
dent Hadley who by his h very office ofc should shouldknow ehoulItnd
tor tnel and ho must mustknow
know as a we weal all know kno prncples that tlat It Is II only on I by meet meeting meetInl ¬
ing and overcoming temptation that men mengain mel
Inl overcmlnl tmptton
gain Ialn in moral strength and height should shouldadvise shouldad
advise ad viae flight l ht from tom trnRh and not resistance rllstnc to the thetemptations thetemptatons
temptations < of ofl political life lifeHow
temptatons How much nobler noblfrha tcllJle tcllJleHow had he told the Harvard Harvardstudents Harar
students studlnto Your rich rlchtelow fellow citizens citzns In their theircorporate theircorpratl
corporate corpratl capacitymay capacty may seek to tempt you youby youby
by money mony to sell Ifl out your constituents Co tltuent If I you youhave youhav
have hav attained nttlnfd to office ofce or mar m y try tr to t hire hir you youto youto
to darken the Issues and Ind to delude dfllde the voters votersif votr
if you are arl an Influential Infuental political poltca factor tacor I Imight 1
might I advise advse you to avoid these temptations temptationsby
by not engaging pnlnllnl in public publc life lt unless tmptoD you have haveso
so much nlch money that you do not wish any anymore an anmor
more a I point by th way to which even evn the therichest therlchfst
richest rlchfst of our multimillionaires multmiionairs never nver seem seemto m
to nttnln But It were craven of me to todnl do so soRather
Rather Rahpr atnlnl I advise Idv 8 you wer In dependence dependenC on that thatPower thlt thltPowpr
accept Power the which whlrh peril makes lkestor for Righteousness Righteousnessaccept Rlahtoumes
Choose Choae to walk blih blel with subllmer sublmer dread dreadRather dra
Rather Rtber than tbln erawl rralln In lately lfe remembering rmebernl that thatMen thatMen
Men rise r the higher hlrh r as I their tart tk Is I high highThe blh blhTe
The Te task t being well wel achieved achievedThis abeve N NThis
This would have hav been blthe the proper propr me message messageof a
of Yale Ylie to Harvard Harr That Tut one on 10 0 diamet diametrically dlametrlcly ¬
rically opposed oppspd to It 1 was WI given by Yale Ylle ana anareceived
received rlcly by Harvard Hnrvr without lven Instantaneous Instantaneousthat instntaeou8 instntaeou8Indl8ant
Indl8ant rellve dlsdnln II to me but aother prof profthat
that It IB not to our universities unlvnlte the people peoplemust peoplemust
must look for their lenders The universities universitieshave unlvenlUehave
have not supplied tplr the lenders lrdef In the past PISt and andassuredly andaSluredly
assuredly aSluredly supple under undrmen men like lk Hadley they will willnot wi
not furnish tho leaders leadl In the future futureHad tutur
Had trllh President Prfsld ntHadloy Hadley Jived lved severityfive pvertyOv pvertyOvan
an 1 ho woul uld haveadvised haenv NLk Lank Abe Abeground Abeto
to alO to and spUtlnl on th thound
tck rarnl rai
ground ound that the life lte of an anatorpy attorney presented presentedtemptations presentedtpmptntoJ
temptations from which rural Mrll life Ut Is exempt exemptWe eempt eemptWe
tpmptntoJ We could do first rate rat without wihout Hadley and the themen themP
men mP like him of whom our collagen colAlp are ar full fullbut ful
but we WI lke could not not have done without wlthoutbraham wlthoutbrahamInclnl Abraham AbrahamLincoln
Lincoln who after thirty yeara ate of active activepolitical
Inclnl political poUtca life P entered Affr ntre and 1 left ef the te Rtve RtvepoUtca White Whitehis Wht
HOURI prnrtcnly as poor 88 when he Ido Idohil
his hil first political poUtcal speech speechHadlMrs spepchHndlpyR
HadlMrs Insistence in on the themonev ot otroneYb
monev HndlpyR before ensrairlni anlRlln1 lstnCon In politic POUtCI Jspeson would wou d aUo aUohave ahohnvl
have hnvl roneYb barred nred 6tore out McKInley whose whos career carer and andwhoso ad adwhos
whoso whos record Btarnphls stafphls advice as being bfll aa aafnlso 1
fnlso tnl as R It Is tinwOrtliy unwOrty unpatriotic unpntrloto and Iml un unChrlntlan u
New YORK Jan 10 10The 10Te
The Te Evil Evi Disposed Dsps d British Brish Press PressFrom PrellFrm
Frm From Yesterday Ye terdal Herald HeraldDuring Heald HealdDurinI
During DurinI the last few days the outlook outok though thoughnot tboughnot
not completely cmpletely reassuring re lurlng has ha become becme more moreencouraging morepncourngllg
encouraging pncourngllg and the chances caD s of avoiding avoldlnl a aRussoJapanese aRUloapanes
RussoJapanese RUloapanes war appear appar slightly Utty more morenumerous morenum
numerous num rous but until the fever feYr of bellicose bellicoseJingoism blcs
Jingism Jingoism now raging raelna through the English Englishpress Englsh Englshpres
press pres haa subsided lubslde it is I impossible Implible to form a areliable I
reliable relabll opinion as a to the yobable > robable result of ofthe orthp
the thp pending pndlng negotiations negotatonl Diplomatic Dplomatc nego negotiators ne netntors ¬
tiators tntors may bo b indifferent Indllernt to newspaper nW8papr clamor clamorbut clamorbut
but their Indifference Indllerenc unfortunately unrortunntly ts not notalways notalyshard
always alyshard shared by tho public publo und a burst of ofpublic orpUblo
public pUblo passion p8810n may sweep the dlplomatista dlplomatistaout diplomatst
out of the way and the nations Into war warln warlnspite In Inspite
spite of every ovry effort efor of the Czar and the Mikado Mikadoto lkado lkadoto
to maintain maintin peace pace unbroken This Til Is the thedanger thedanar
danger danar of the campaign campg of provocation provocaton now nowbeing nowblnc
being blnc carried arrle on in the English Englsh pressa cam campaign ear ¬
paign P318 that thlt ts as detestable detstble as It Is saddening saddeningComplaint saddenlni saddenlniComplaint
Complaint of the Elevated Eentee Road RoadTo RoadTo
To THH rR EDITOR EDIOR or THE Tie SON SUNr Sir The reported reportedIncrease reportedIncra
Increase Incra e of pneumonia In New York has given rivn rise riseto meto
to a medical medlrAllnqulr Inquiry as a to Its 11 causes cUcs It I seems seem to tome tome
me that these causes may not no be far to neck sek If due dueconsideration dueconlderaton
consideration conlderaton be given to tbe character chrater of the ac accommodations ac ¬
commodations commoaton furnished furihed to travellers trveler on the Man Manhattan Manbata ¬
hattan bata L LMy LMy
My own experiences eperences may mlY furnish furl h a clue to tbe tbesource tbesource
source of much of tho dlsease dlseae now prevalent prvalenl My Mydally Mydiy
dally diy routine rutne requires ruires me to come come from frm Harlem Harlemto
to a point on the Ninth Avenue NL L below Fifty Fiftyninth Fny Fnynlnlh
ninth street after alrr midnight mldDlrb The schedule Is I so soarranged s saralred
arranged aralred after Ifter 12 oclock that all al down dow trains tans on onNinth onNlnli
Ninth Nlnli avenue after aler that lat hour start slr from frm Fifty Fiftyninth ly lynlnlh
ninth street sieet and the up trains lrlns on that lht line lne all al stop stopthere toptbere
there Through Trurh trains from Harlem are ar run only on onthe onthe
the Sixth avenue avenle line lne Thus I am 1m compelled compele to todisembark todbemblr
disembark dbemblr from frm the be Sixth avenue line lae at Fifty Fiftyninth Fity Fitynlnlh
ninth street and wait wll the pleasure plelure of the be manage management manalement ¬
ment to complete my Journey Jorey Usually Usualy this wait waitIs wa
Is from eight elgb to fifteen nreen minutes This Tbl of Itself Itelf would wouldbe wouldb
be b annoying anoyln If not dangerous dlieru even If I a proper properwalling propr proprwaUlnr
walling room rom were wer provided prlded but there Is I none tle and andon andon
on cold cld or wet nights nllbl one Is L exposed to the danger dangerof d3ler d3lerof
of contracting conlratnl a severe sever cold cold that may result rul hi I a abad abad
bad attack atak of pneumonia Add to this Ibi tho tbl In Insufficient Insumclent ¬
sufficient heat het of the L trains train and the conditions conditionsare condlton
are ar perfect for contracting contrlctli that disease diseaseNo dieae dieaeNo
No doubt other patrons patros of the road ro suffer sUter corre corresponding core corespondlnl ¬
sponding Inconvenience Ineonvnlence at other points pont and aa aathe a
the majority maort of Manhattans Manbalans population pplton Is I com compelled cm cmpcle ¬
pelled pcle to travel tavel on tbe L L M Is I It I not fair to assume assumethat asume asumethat
that much of the pneumonia now so 10 prevalent prvaet la laduo I
duo to t the unsanitary unnlllr and uncomfortable condi conditions eond ¬
tions lons existing exitng on that road rad JOHN E SONKTAO SONKTAONaw SONI40 SONI40Nlw
Naw Nlw YORK Jan to toVfbat tdba
Vfbat ba Eternity EternlJ Is IsFrom l
From Frm Ute e Argnaul ArgnaulEterl Argonaut ArgonautEternity
Eternity Eterl M said sd the country cuntr exhorter exhorer who whowanted wbowanled
wanted to make things clear Is forever
mlke cear I forevr and for forever forever ¬
ever and five or six Iz everlastings everlatnl on 01 top of that thatWhy tI tIWby
Why brothers and ald sl listers ter after millions miion and billions billionsof bilons bilonsof
of centuries centures had ha rolled roUe away In eternity It 1 would wouldMill wouldtl
Mill tl be a hundred thousand Ihouaad years to breakfast breakfasttime breakfat breakfattme
Jit Described nlcrlbed by b a Victim VictimFrom neln nelnFrJI
From FrJI II Ac CMcaao Tribune TribuneJolting TrluntJollnc
Jolting bark blrk and forward forwardAt lorard lorardno
At each h shambling l stride strideBounding rd rdIn
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In your runted rred ride rideJerking lde ldeJerklal
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League of the Sacred Heart Calls lor Cn Cnriemnatlon >
riemnatlon of Her Belltfous Arts ArtsTho
Tho issuance of a million pninlilfs pninlilfsseeking
seeking tho Indorsement of American AmericanCatholics
Catholics to a protest against trm irnti irntiment
ment of tho religious ordersin lrsuicv lrsuicvwas
was begun yesterday under tho dinxtb dinxtbof
of the League of tha Sacred Hoar and andApoatleahlp
Apoatleahlp of Prayer of wliloh fttthor
John Wynne 8 J editor of the McHngx
tho official organof tho Jesuit order is tha thadirector
director Tho pamphlet declare that the thepersecution
persecution of the French religious congre congregations ¬
gations is in reality a persecution of the theChurch
Church end that the aim of the French Gov Government ¬
ernment is to make It impossible to observe observethe
the counsels of Christ in thocloister and in inthe
the priesthood The appeal continues continuesFour
Four years ago tho VOWH of Ihe coneroiu coneroiutlons
tlons poverty chastity obedience were ne neInduelnc
Induelnc a state of personal servitude a vice viceand
and a crime Today the obligations of ofcelibacy
celibacy and obedience tho distlnifulshlui distlnifulshluivirtues
virtues of the priesthood are considered nn nnImpediment
Impediment to teaching whether In a private privateor
or public school The priest to made to fe l lthat
that submission to tho bishop deprives him himof
of bis liberty to teach that celibacy unfits unfitshim
him to train the younir Ho must be con confined ¬
fined to his pulpit und no onewho lives by the theGovernment
Government the lesion In Frnnwvevcn tho thopoliceman
policeman or mall carrier dare attend nervier nervieror
or listen to him He is even limited In his hisruneo
runeo of subjects for the few who are frw to tolisten
listen to him f fIt
It asks that every branch organization organizationof
of the league draw up a protest have every
Cuthollq in that community sign it and andthen
then forward the protest to headquarters headquartershero
hero rneanwliile openly and publicly de denouncing
nouncing the conditions existing In France FranceResolutions
Resolutions are suggested declaring That Thataa
aa citizens of a republic In which the Church Churchhas
has always enjoyed her full rights we pro protest ¬
test against tho action of the present French FrenchGovernment
Government In attempting to legalize legalizereligious
religious persecution and we trust that in inresponse
response to their efforts the French people peoplewill
will speedily unite together to Wrest the theGovernment
Government and Legislature from those thosewho
who have BO misused the powers intrusted intrustedto
to them themThe
The league Is organized in every country countryof
of Eufopa where there Is a community of ofCatholics
Catholics Like protests aro being pre prepared ¬
pared for circulation throughout Europe EuropePREFERS
President lUrper 8ay Those vTlio Work WorkAre
Are Better Than Bright One OneCBICAOO
CBICAOO Jan 18 I would rather have havethe
the University of Chicago filled with dull dullmen
men and women who will wbrk than with withstudents
students who are unusually bright said saidPresident
President Harper of the University before beforea
a mass meeting of thfc students today todayThe
The bright student is almost always alwayslazy
lazy he continued He knows that he hecan
can do things and It makes him independent independentand
and then he lots things drift There are aresis
sis classes of students in the University Universityof
of Chicago as follows Unusually bright brightage
age and Industrious average and lazy lazyhopelessly
hopelessly dull
Mgr Farley Is o Sail on Feb 4 After Next NextWeeks
Weeks Meeting of the Hierarchy HierarchyArchbishop
Archbishop Farley Has completed the thearrangements
arrangements for histourto Rome He Hewill
will sail from New York on Feb 4 taking takingwith
with him Father P JHayes Chancellor Chancellorof
of the Archdiocese and president of Ca Cathedral ¬
thedral College and Father James V Lewis Lewissecretary
secretary to the Archbishop The Arch Archbishop ¬
bishop will gofto Washington next week weekto
to attend the special meeting of the hier hierarchy ¬
archy called for Jan 31 ThU isthe con conference ¬
ference at which the future of the Catholic Catholiccouncil
council and the establ establcan
can primate to replace the Apostolic Dele Delegate ¬
gate will be discussed discussedTO
Provisional Government Makes Move MoveAgainst
Against Revolutionist RevolutionistWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Jan10 The Department Departmentof
of State is Informed by Mr PowellrChafge PowellrChafgedAffaires
dAffaires to the Dqmlnican RepibUd of oftho
tho Intention of tho authorities ihcbntrol ihcbntrolat
at Santo Domlnco City to maintain a block blockbecome
become effective for vessels from th thStates
States on Fob 1 A revolution is in prog progress ¬
ress in Santo Domingo DomingoThe
The Church and the Divorced DivorcedTo
To THK EniTOR OF THE BUN Sir Now Nowthat
that Roman Catholic women have formed formeda
a society to enforce their discipline dn Prot Protestants ¬
estants and excommunicate socially sll of ofthe
the remarried divorced why not eo back backat
at once to the rule of the primitive Church Churchand
and visit tho remarried widows and widowers widowerswith
with tho same dire penalties penaltiesSo
So late as tho third centurv such marrlaires marrlaireswero
wero called legal adultery by the devout devoutand
and with the charitable loVe for their fellows fellowswhich
which has distinguished suoh multttudna of ofpious
pious believers tho fortunate who had not notlost
lost a mate by death or those who hiid re received ¬
ceived the Pauline advice and remained remaineds
s In trie ostracized tho widowed who remarried remarriedU
U 1 remember correctly my Ulbbon eom eomparts
parts of the early Church excoimnunlrutrd excoimnunlrutrdthem
them also The ono view la quit an reason reasonable ¬
able as the other for what pray Is tho senti sentimental ¬
mental moral or actual difference differenceOne
One of Luthers preachers was deserted desertedby
by his wife and asked tho great miin If ha hamight
might with Scriptural warrant take a sec secafter
after the desertion long continued was waswife
wife to him In God a tmnip Jot him get ons onswho
who will If he so desires This of courne courneIs
Is the Protestant interpretation of the Pauline Paulineprivilege
privilege but It does not describe tbe attltiule attltiuleof
of the great mass of Americans toward thU thUquestion
question questionBecause
Because Christ exproswd the Ideal of m r rrlaee
rlaee It does not follow that Ho Inld down downa
a statute to govern matrimony But Protfn Protfntants
tants do not wok to Impose their beliefs beliefsupon
upon the Bornlsh Idea of matrimony they theymay
may see developments of the workings of ofthat
that Idea in various countries and here oc occasionally ¬
casionally that shock even ueh sinncm is istho
tho remarrlrd divorced hut this is perhaps perhapsbeside
beside tho mark markVte
Vte are content to let Roman Cnthollrs Cnthollrswork
work out their own salvation In their own ownway
way but for Uods sake and In the name or orcommon
common sense lot theia remember that they theyhavts
havts no concern with Protestant belief and andpractice
practice regarding dlvorco and rcmarr if
As a most estimable warden In an Fiilsco Fiilscopul
pul Church remarked to the writer rivently riventlyThe
The matter of divorce and remarrngB la lapurely
purely personal and concerns only the parties partiesUJprnsiMves
UJprnsiMves UJprnsiMvesFinally
Finally It must not bo forgotten that the themoral
moral eenne of BPlfrcsportlnar Protestants Protestantsin
in quite as keen as the discipline of the Boman BomanChurch
Church and they may be rolled upon to frown frownon
on scandnloui divorces mid unworthy re remarrlapfR
marrlapfR nultn as much as tha Dnuahters Dnuahtersof
of the Faith do AsiEmcAX AsiEmcAXNKW
NKW YOHK Jan Id IdMarried
Married and Bachelor Augllran niihofw niihofwFrom
From Ihi Church Eeliclle EeliclleSeveral
Several of the EnjlLih Rhhopj are unmarrlei unmarrleiThe
The Dkihopi of London Lincoln St Albarii and andWorcester
Worcester are nil bachelors On the other hand handseveral
several of the Tllshop have married twice thotffch thotffchthere
there Is nonn living who hri Achieved the record recordof
of the late liUhop llyle of Liverpool In marrying marryingthree
three times Two or three of the Bishops have haveUrge
Urge families Dr sheepshanks Bishop of Nor Norwlch
wlch hai had sixteen children of whom twelve twelveare
are living the nhhop of Hlpon has a family of ofeleven
eleven and Dr IllcUf rsteth late nishoppt Exeter ExeterLs
Ls the father of twelve children one of whom be became ¬
came a nishop while several other son entered enteredthe
the Church and some of his daughters married marriedclergymen
clergymen clergymenThe
The Rlshop of London gave a singularly Interest InterestIn
In dinner party last week He welcomed as his hisguests
guests at London House St Jamess Square the theseveral
several couples whom he has united In matrimony matrimonywince
wince he was preferred to the See of London Each Eachlady
lady was garbed In while and with one or two twoexceptions
exceptions the costume was the one U brlda brldawore
wore on the day that made her a wife Vary ap appropriately ¬
propriately tbe gathering closed with a short service serviceof
of thanksgiving
No tiling Serious Serioustie
tie was angry angryHis
His eyes rolled madly and his pearly teeth were wereclenched
clenched clenchedTil
Til pull her halt null he hlvwl hlvwlAnd
And Immediately he extracted from the butter n nsilvery
silvery tress which ho knew belonged to the board boarding ¬
ing mistress
Aa Incident In Syracuse SyracuseArchimedes
Archimedes rushed out yelling Eureka EurekaThelndlgnantpeoplarejolne1
Thelndlgnantpeoplarejolne1 Vouroaauthcrt Vouroaauthcrtand
and rushed him back to don his bathrobe

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